We're talking games like Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls. As Humble Bundle are keen to point out, we're also talking about a charity donation of your choice. I see what they did there.
In Styx, which is rated Very Positive at Steam and is worth £17.99, you play a sneaky goblin in a game of infiltration and dark fantasy.
It's Fanatical's birthday and we benefit from a series of bundle deals as a result.
Titles include Empire of Sin, Imperator: Rome and Age of Wonders and will only run until the first week of November.
The deal launched on the 8th, runs through to the 29th and supports breast cancer charity research.
There are over 100 Star Trek DLC locations in the tiers, which include interactions and voiceovers from actual actors from the sci-fi series.
There are two tiers, the top worth £129 worth of computer games, and the first step on that ladder costs less than a quid.
Now part of Fandom, Fanatical has launched its most extensive computer game bundle ever.
The latest computer game deal, one that raises money for a charity of your choice, is all about being the baddie.
The Advertising Standards Authority has warned Cloud Imperium Games, the maker of Star Citizen, for taking pledges on concept ships that weren't immediately available in the game.